Say what you will about the name, with its puzzlingly random capitalization and apparent allusion to mathematical theory. The GeO-Deck, as Reunion Tower's observation deck is now called, is a rite of passage for anyone who spends any serious amount of time in Dallas -- at least it was until six years ago, when it shut down for renovations.
The redo, stalled by the economic downturn, is finally complete. GeO-Deck reopens to the public tomorrow, offering views of downtown typically reserved for corner-office executives and drones.
The trip isn't exactly cheap. It costs $16 dollars for adults, half that much for kids. But can you really put a price tag on pretending to crush unsuspecting pedestrians between your fingers like tiny scurrying insects?
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Probably, and it would probably be considerably less than what they're charging. Still, it's a helluva view.